Prison telephone call policy breaches inmate’s rights
Court of Session, Outer House
“There was no lawful authority for interference with a prisoner’s right to private and family life by the imposition of a policy under which a message was played to the recipient of his telephone calls stating that the call was being made from a prison. ”
The Times, 4th April 2007
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